Ashok Pandit, who met Javed Akhtar on Twitter, mentioned – Why silent on Tablighi Jamaat and Moradabad?

by Jeremy Spirogis
Ashok Pandit, who met Javed Akhtar on Twitter, said – Why silent on Tablighi Jamaat and Moradabad?

  • 17 Apr, 2020 12:11 PM
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                     In many locations persons are flouting the principles of presidency and police. Stoning incidents have additionally been reported from many locations. B-Town stars are continuously making an attempt to make individuals conscious. Recently there was a struggle on Twitter between lyricist Javed Akhtar and producer Ashok Pandit.

    Actually, Javed Akhtar tweeted a tweet thanking the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for doing a very good job. He wrote- 'They have completed probably the most corona checks than another metropolis, even another state in India, that’s the reason most corona infects have been detected and despatched for therapy. , Which is best in combating and defeating Corona. Thank you BMC. '

    On this tweet of Javed, Ashok Pandit mentioned: "Sir, I support your appreciation for the great work done by BMC but still waiting for you to condemn Tabligi Jamaat's continuous terrorist act." I’m positive you should have seen the Moradabad scenes as effectively. Why this prison silence on barbaric assaults? '

    Replying to this tweet of Ashok Pandit, Javed wrote – 'Ashok ji, speak straight. Do you understand me for years, I believe I’m communal. If anybody else asks, you might be my friend, do you not know what to consider each establishment like my Tabligi Jamaat, whether or not Muslim or Hindu?

    On this, Ashok Pandit wrote- 'Sir, I do know you and I respect you sincerely and therefore I’m stunned why you haven’t publicly beat Tabligi Jamaat until now. It is discovered from you to boost your voice towards the improper issues. Your silence on these terrorists was barely disturbed. '

    In the midst of this debate, Singer responded to a troller and wrote, "This is what strikes me like you, that I raise voice against the fundamentalists who are both Hindu and Muslim." One calls me a Kafir and the opposite a Jihadi. As lengthy as there may be abuse from each side, I’m positive I’m doing one thing proper. '' Let us say that Javed Akhtar and Ashok Pandit usually share their views with the followers on social websites.

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